Famous American toy manufacturing company, Mattel, Inc has partnered with the Fast & Furious franchise to launch the new Hot Wheel NFT Garage collection.
Mattel’s Flow Blockchain-based Hot Wheels NFT Garage Series – Fast & Furious Edition is scheduled to drop on May 22 as the Fast & Furious cinematic universe is unveiling the last chapter and perfectly syncing with the film’s release.
Fast & Furious-inspired Hot Wheels NFT Garage comprises iconic vehicles from the movies. Among the virtual fleet, NFT collectors can explore Dominic Toretto’s classic 1970 Dodge Charger, Brian O’Conner’s sleek 1969 Camero, and Suki’s stunning Honda S2000. The NFT packs will be available at $20 each.
Mattel’s new adventure comes after it enjoyed huge success from the Boss Beauties X Barbie line. Furthermore, NFT holders who collect the whole set will be rewarded with a real die-cast replica of Suki’s Honda S2000 phygital collections. Flow Blockchain-based Fast & Furious NFT collection joins the club of highly popular platforms like NBA Top Shot, NFT All Day, and UFC Strike NFT.
In the past, Mattel has launched the NFT collection for its brands Barbie and Hot Wheels and stole the hearts of millions of fans across the globe. Boss Beauties x Barbie NFT is an example of this.